Saturday reading

Watership Down, by Richard Adams (a chapter a week)
Legacy: A Collection of Personal Testimonies from People Affected by the Troubles in Northern Ireland, by BBC Northern Ireland
Whispers Under Ground, by Ben Aaronovitch
Lethbridge-Stewart: The Schizoid Earth, by David McIntee

Last books finished
The Long Way to a Small Angry Planet, by Becky Chambers
Short Trips: Life Science, ed John Binns
Bitter Seeds, by Ian Tregillis
Prime Time, by Mike Tucker
The Folding Star, by Alan Hollinghurst 
A Princess of Roumania, by Paul Park    
Beige Planet Mars, by Lance Parkin and Mark Clapham

Next books
Gorgon Child, by Steven Barnes
1491, by Charles C. Mann
Thing Explainer, by Randall Munroe

Books acquired in last week

One thought on “Saturday reading

  1. This is where I came in: The Armageddon Factor was the first Doctor Who I watched. The dilemma inherent in Astra being the final segment to the Key to Time really grabbed me—it’s the only plot point I can remember from that year (though some images remain from the others, like the head of the Jaggaroth, and the excavation of Davros). So although looking back now as an adult, I can see that it’s a just an overly padded runaround in corridors with an incoherent plot, it was much more than that in my eight-year-old imagination. So that was the best story of this year’s Doctor Who for me.

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